Be careful when reading magazines and the "studies" or "articles" within them.
A lot of times, the "articles" are merely advertorials, which is a paid ad that is set up to look like an article. A lot of publications require the advertiser to put a border that says "advertisement" so the readers won't be fooled. Other publications don't care, take the advertiser's money, and make it look however the advertiser wants it to look.
I just got a magazine in the mail the other day that was full-color and looked very pretty. It was praising some new diet pill. But, since I'm a journalism major and write for reputable publications, I knew the signs to look for.
Plus, this little publication lost all credibility with me when the experts quoted within were referred to like this:
Dr. Jane Doe, M.D.
Wrong, wrong, wrong.
"him8nc_girl" (High-Maintenance Girl)
Missouri USA * Age 46 * Just started exercising regularly for the first time since high school